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佛山市第五人民医院治疗睾丸炎多少钱龙马互动

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That#39;s the heli out of here.Man, look at this place.直升机飞走了 看这地方Am I landing on the moon?We#39;re here.我这是到了月球吗 我们来到这不毛之地 There is red hot molten lava somewhere under my feet.红热的熔浆在我脚下翻滚Feel the heat up here.That is the wind noise.快来感觉这温度 听那风噪声This is bad, boy.And this is well all of that这可不是好地方 从火山口升起的gases pouring out of and all those gases are poisonous.浓浓白烟 都是有毒的So the sulphur are coming out.That#39;s one of this yellowish.里面含有硫 这黄色的堆积物就是硫Somewhere down there red hot magma chamber.I feel very vunlerable here.火山口下面是 滚烫的岩浆房 这里不安全I want to get off this peak quickly.我希望尽快离开山顶Guatemala was dominated by the Mayan civilisation for over 2000 years.危地马拉曾被马雅人统治两千多年Their ancient cities are hidden in the jungle especially in the north.他们古老的城市藏匿在森林深处 北部尤为密集It#39;s just after dawn.The sun rise over there, east.现在刚过黎明 太阳升起的那边是东边I want to keep in this way, north.Down the hill. Away from the lava.我想走的是北边 沿着这个方向下山 远离岩浆Get stuck here and one of the best bet is to head for the Mayan ruins deep in the jungle.在这样的境地 我们最好的选择 是前往丛林深处的玛雅遗迹They#39;re popular with tourists.Where there are people, there is salvation.许多游客慕名前往 只要有人 就能获救 Article/201609/464057芦苞镇大塘镇乐平白坭镇男科医生I#39;m on an island in the Torres Strait,south of Papua New Guinea.我被困在巴布亚新几内亚南部 托雷斯海峡的一个孤岛上There#39;s a larger island on the horizon which offers hope of rescue.在海平线上可以看到一座稍大的岛屿 在那里被营救的可能性大一些But before attempting a risky crossing,there#39;s the issue of food.但是在冒险渡海之前 我还要解决食物的问题I#39;m on the lookout for the bigger fish that congregate near the reef.我想在浅水的礁石附近 捕到一条稍微大点的鱼But without goggles,it#39;s impossible to see clearly in salt water,但是由于没有护目镜 我完全看不清海水里面的情况So I#39;ve adapted a plastic bottle as a viewfinder.所以我用塑料瓶做了个简易的水下观景器But the fish are few and far between,and those that I am seeing are proving too quick.但是这里的鱼群密度比较小 而且我所看到的鱼游得都很快Harpoon this up tight, give myself a bit more power in it.橡胶管拉到最紧 这样就叉会更有力Even with more power in my harpoon,I#39;m having no luck in choppy waters with limited visibility.即便有了强有力的武器 视觉受限 我在海浪中什么都没抓到Looks like a couple of feelers just poking out from under that rock ledge.这里的礁石下面 露出来了几根触角But I#39;ve spotted something that might be an easier catch.但是我发现了更容易捕捉的东西Yeah, there#39;s a lobster down there.这下面有一只龙虾Sometimes if you just stroke the tips of the feelers,it will bring them out.只要敲一下龙虾的触角 它们就会从礁石下钻出来Need to do that first.这是我要做的第一步Lobster claws are powerful enough to break a finger,So I need to be careful.龙虾的大钳足以夹断人的手指 所以一定要小心But he#39;s out, and I#39;ve got a clear shot.它爬了出来 我正中目标 Article/201704/502075佛山市第二人民医院尿科I#39;ve gotten a few questions recently about the word #39;are#39;.我最近收到一些关于单词“are”的问题。Specifically someone recently asked if they were hearing correctly “What you doing?” instead of “What are you doing?”有人特别指出他们所听到的“What you doing?” 而不是“What are you doing?”是否正确。That is not grammatically correct, and a native speaker would not say “What you doing?”这在语法上是错误的。母语者也不会说“What you doing?”However, a native speaker may reduce the word #39;are#39; so much that a non-native speaker would have problems hearing it.然后,母语者可能会略读单词“are”以至于非英语母语者会听不出来。The word #39;are#39; can be reduced simply to the schwa R sound, er (loop three times).单词“are”可以略读为简单的弱元音R,“er”(循环三次)。So in this sentence, “What are you doing?” you may very well hear whater [x2], whater you doing? (loop two times) with the “er” very low in pitch and very fast.所以“What are you doing?” 这句话中,你可能会听到“whater”(循环两次),“whater you doing”(循环两次),其中“er”音调低沉迅速。What are you doing? What are (loop two times), it sounds like the word #39;butter#39;. Butter, what are, what are you doing?What are you doing?“what are”(循环两次),听起来就像单词“butter”。Butter,what are,what are you doing?Now that you know what you#39;re listening for, see if you can hear it in this sentence: What are you doing? (loop three times)现在你知道你听的是什么了,试试看你能否在这个句子里听出来。What are you doing?(循环三次)The word #39;are#39; is often shortened in writing as well, as a contraction with #39;you#39;, #39;we#39;, or #39;they#39;. They#39;re, for example.单词“are”在书写时也经常和“you”,“we”或者“they”这些词进行缩写,例如“They’re”。But it doesn#39;t have to be written as a contraction for it to be pronounced with this short #39;er#39; sound.但并不是因为它发音时变成“er”所以书写时才进行缩写。Let#39;s look at a few more sentences where the word #39;are#39; can be reduced.我们再来看一些句子中的“are”略读的例子。My cousins are coming tomorrow. My cousins are (loop two times), My cousins are coming tomorrow. (loop two times)My cousins are coming tomorrow. “My cousins are”(循环两次)My cousins are coming tomorrow. (循环两次)The cookies are good. The cookies are, are, the cookies are good.饼干好吃。饼干好吃。Where are the girls? Now here the word before ends in the schwa R sound, er, where er the girls? I would explain it as a re-emphasizing of the er sound: Where er the girls?Where are the girls?这里的单词以弱音R结尾,er,where er the girls?我把这称为对“er”音的再次强调。Where er the girls?But in fast speech, it actually all blends together. Where are the girls? (loop two times)但是在快速语音中,实际上两个单词都是连在一起的。Where are the girls?(循环两次)So it sounds like the word R is being dropped. Where are the girls?所以听起来就像是省略了R。Where are the girls?And someone else asked about the word #39;are#39; and the word #39;were#39; – about them sounding the same when they#39;re both reduced.还有人问到单词“are”和“were”在略读时发音一样的问题。The word #39;were#39; will always have that W sound at the beginning, so there is a difference in the pronunciation of these words.单词“were”开头永远都有w的音,所以这两个单词在发音上是有区别的。Let#39;s look at an example sentence.我们来看一些例子。The kids are there. The kids er, er, er, just the R sound, the kids are there.The kids are there. The kids er,er,er,只有R的音,the kids are there.The kids were there. The kids ww, ww, were, were, the kids were there.孩子们在那里。孩子们在那里。The second one has that W sound in it. The kids are there, the kids were there. (loop two times) Can you hear the difference?第二种里面有W的音在。The kids are there,the kids were there. (循环两次)你能听出区别吗?Now that you know this concept of the reduced word #39;are#39;, try it out in your speech.现在你知道了略读单词“are”的原理,在你讲话中试着运用一下。And listen for it when you#39;re listening to native speakers.当你听英语母语者讲话时也注意听一下。That#39;s it, and thanks so much for using Rachel#39;s English.这次的学习就到这里,非常感谢使用Rachel#39;s English。 Article/201706/515266Did you know that every time musicians pick up their instruments, there are fireworks going off all over their brain?知道每当音乐家弹奏他们的乐器时,他们脑里是到处在施放烟火吗?On the outside, they may look calm and focused, ing the music and making the precise and practiced movements required.由外表看来,他们很冷静、专注看着乐谱,做出所需的准确和熟练动作。But inside their brains, there#39;s a party going on. How do we know this?但他们的脑里正开着一个派对。我们怎么会知道呢?Well, in the last few decades, neuroscientists have made enormous breakthroughs in understanding how our brains work在过去的几十年中,神经科学家对理解脑功能有了巨大的突破,by monitoring them in real time with instruments like fMRI and PET scanners.这要功归于能即时监测脑功能的仪器,例如功能性磁振造影、正电子发射计算机断层扫描仪。When people are hooked up to these machines, tasks, such as ing or doing math problems,这些仪器扫描显示阅读、做数学题等行为each have corresponding areas of the brain where activity can be observed.引起脑内相应的活动区域。But when researchers got the participants to listen to music, they saw fireworks.但给研究参与者听音乐时神经学家看到了烟火。Multiple areas of their brains were lighting up at once, as they processed the sound,处理声音的同时脑里多处同时亮起,took it apart to understand elements like melody and rhythm, and then put it all back together into unified musical experience.将其分解成旋律、节奏等元素,而后再重新组合成一个完整的音乐体验。And our brains do all this work in the split second between when we first hear the music and when our foot starts to tap along.这些大脑运作发生在听到音乐和脚开始打节拍的一瞬间。But when scientists turned from observing the brains of music listeners to those of musicians,而当科学家由观察聆听者的大脑转至音乐家的大脑,the little backyard fireworks became a jubilee.后院的小烟火变成了喜年庆典烟火。It turns out that while listening to music engages the brain in some pretty interesting activities,事实明,听音乐时大脑忙碌于一些很有趣的活动,playing music is the brain#39;s equivalent of a full-body workout.而弹奏音乐是相当于大脑的全身锻炼。The neuroscientists saw multiple areas of the brain light up,神经科学家看到了脑内多处亮起,simultaneously processing different information in intricate, interrelated, and astonishingly fast sequences.同时以复杂、互相关联、惊人的快速序列处理不同的讯息。But what is it about making music that sets the brain alight?但究竟弹奏音乐是如何将大脑点亮的呢?The research is still fairly new, but neuroscientists have a pretty good idea.虽然该研究才刚起步,但神经科学家有不错的理念。Playing a musical instrument engages practically every area of the brain at once, especially the visual, auditory, and motor cortices.弹奏乐器同时动用到大脑几乎每区域,特别是视觉、听觉、运动皮质。As with any other workout, disciplined, structured practice in playing music strengthens those brain functions,犹如其它锻炼,有纪律、组织性的弹奏练习能加强这些脑功能allowing us to apply that strength to other activities.因而应用到别的活动。The most obvious difference between listening to music and playing it is that the latter requires fine motor skills,聆听和演奏音乐最明显的差异是在后者需要精确运动技巧,which are controlled in both hemispheres of the brain.这是受大脑两边半球控制。It also combines the linguistic and mathematical precision, in which the left hemisphere is more involved,这也结合了大多处理语言及数学精准度的左半脑,with the novel and creative content that the right excels in.以及擅长处理新颖、创造性内容的右半脑。For these reasons, playing music has been found to increase the volume and activity in the brain#39;s corpus callosum,由于如此,演奏音乐被发现能增加大脑胼胝体的容量与活动,the bridge between the two hemispheres, allowing messages to get across the brain faster and through more diverse routes.胼胝体是大脑两半球的桥梁,让讯息能以不同的路途更快速的通过大脑。This may allow musicians to solve problems more effectively and creatively, in both academic and social settings.这能使音乐家在学术和社会环境里更有效、有创意的解决问题。Because making music also involves crafting and understanding its emotional content and message,因为演奏音乐也触及塑造和了解其感情内容与讯息,musicians often have higher levels of executive function,音乐家通常具有较高水平的执行功能,a category of interlinked tasks that includes planning, strategizing, and attention类属有互相关联的计画、策略、细节关注等,to detail and requires simultaneous analysis of both cognitive and emotional aspects.以及需要同时分析认知和感情方面的任务。This ability also has an impact on how our memory systems work.这种能力也能影响记忆系统的运作。And, indeed, musicians exhibit enhanced memory functions, creating, storing, and retrieving memories more quickly and efficiently.的确,音乐家有提高的功能,能更快、有效创造、储存、重拾记忆。Studies have found that musicians appear to use their highly connected brains to give each memory multiple tags,研究发现,音乐家似乎用他们高度连接的大脑给予每个记忆多个标签,such as a conceptual tag, an emotional tag, an audio tag, and a contextual tag, like a good Internet search engine.例如,概念性标签、情感标签、声音标签、语境标签等,犹如一个好的网络搜寻引擎。How do we know that all these benefits are unique to music, as opposed to, say, sports or painting?那如何得知这些是音乐特有的益处而不是运动或绘画等会有的益处?Or could it be that people who go into music were aly smarter to begin with?或者接触音乐的人会不会一开始就比较聪明?Neuroscientists have explored these issues, but so far,神经科学家已探索这些问题,但目前为止,they have found that the artistic and aesthetic aspects of learning to play a musical instrument are different from any other activity studied, including other arts.发现了在学习演奏乐器的艺术、审美方面不同于其它研究过的活动,包括其它艺术。And several randomized studies of participants, who showed the same levels of cognitive function and neural processing at the start,一些随机研究在开始时,认知功能和神经处理有相同水平的参与者,found that those who were exposed to a period of music learning showed enhancement in multiple brain areas, compared to the others.其中有受过一段音乐学习的人相对于其他人显示多个增强的脑区域。This recent research about the mental benefits of playing music has advanced our understanding of mental function,这有关演奏音乐对脑有益处的近期研究提升了我们对脑功能的理解,revealing the inner rhythms and complex interplay that make up the amazing orchestra of our brain.显示出构成脑内精管弦乐团内在的节奏以及复杂的互动。 Article/201706/514717芦苞镇大塘镇乐平白坭镇不孕不育医院预约挂号

大良医院专家预约顺德区治疗男性不育多少钱The world#39;s oldest panda living in captivity has died. 世界上最长寿的圈养大熊猫去世了。Jia Jia was born in the wild but rescued as a young cub and taken to a giant panda breeding center in China.佳佳在野外出生,幼崽时被救助,带到中国大熊猫繁育中心。She was given to the Ocean Park zoo in Hong Kong as a gift 17 years ago. She became an animal ambassador and was visited by more than 29 million people. 17年前,她作为礼物送给香港海洋公园。她成为一名动物大使,观看人次超过2,900万人。Veterinarians at Ocean Park noticed Jia Jia#39;s failing health about two weeks ago. 两周前,海洋公园的兽医注意到佳佳的健康每况愈下。The team says her condition got worse Sunday morning, and they decided to euthanize her to prevent further suffering. 研究小组称,周日早上她的病情恶化,他们决定对她进行安乐死以防进一步痛苦。Pandas typically live to be about 20 years old, but Jia Jia was 38 years old.大熊猫通常能活到20岁左右,但佳佳活了38岁。译文属。 Article/201610/472155TED演讲集 那些匪夷所思的新奇思想 Article/201605/441509佛山治疗慢性淋病的医院TED演讲集 那些匪夷所思的新奇思想 Article/201607/452237顺德区新世纪男科正规的吗

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